Craft Creations Magazine Issue 48 - Winter

This article features the step by step designs from SD360-SD367 with hints for layering and mounting ideas. The designs are flower bouquets, baby congratulations, Victorian girls, Get well bear and pansy cake.
A gorgeous new baby silhouette cut design. This has a pram under the shade of trees and a washing line with cute little baby clothes hanging out to dry. This is all bordered with a heart and flower frame.
This is a complicated design which looks truly gorgeous when it is made up. The front of the card features a dress, corset top and iris folded skirt, and a heart border. The inside panel has small panels with little accessories to go with the dress made from card, beads and stickers.
This article features seven very pretty cards based on a theme of cascading flowers, stars or snowflakes combined with metallic threads.
Oriental ideas are always very popular and these delicate papercuts will be no exception. They feature a tiger and a dragon to represent the year of the tiger/dragon. Although they are very effective they are relatively easy to make.
A pretty Easter cross stitch. It is a large design to fit one of our jumbo aperture cards when stitched at the14 count it is designed for. It is a mock panelled design with flower border and features a daisy button.
A cross stitched card depicting a baby dragon just emerging from it’s egg.
Using Fimo to make simple millfoi canes which can be cut into slices and used to create lovely accents to decorate your cards. These cards show ideas for both a heart and a flower design.
If you enjoy teabag folding this will be a great project for you. It uses our Viola mini pic squares to give a light, springtime look to the design, which is a cross.
A fabulous wardrobe design crammed with garments. This uses one of our jumbo cards as the base with mirrored card doors and gem encrusted decoration. Inside there are shelves and a rail with sticker dresses, hats, gloves, shoes and bags. A real treat for a fashion lover.
A pearl wedding is the reason behind this card, using pearls with a pretty metallic sheen in a nest made from angel hair fibres.
Three variations on a theme. This begins with pressed flowers and shows a good idea for getting more from them using a computer, scanner and colour printer.
These great party cards are made from plaster of paris moulded masks, fluffy feathers and glitter paint. Very flamboyant and fun.
These simple designs are given a lift by the use of polyester panels. The crosses are Gold Label stickers and there is a combination of paper punched and quilled flowers, some above the polyester and some below.
This pretty card combines paper roses with quilled leaves, rambling over an arch made from rolled paper. The background is a garden collage sheet with quilled gates to complete the scene.
A charming set of Easter cards based on silk painted chicks. There are three different patterns to use and they are fairly simple designs so anyone could have a go.
Ideas for three cards using “girlie” iris folding stamps. They all use a stylish black and silver colour scheme and would work well for Mother’s Day or a birthday.
This pretty layered design would work well as a Valentine’s card, Mother’s Day card or for a birthday. It features a rubber stamp combined with parchment embossing, pricking and cutting along with paper punching which layers up to create an effective card.
An elaborate wedding card which has a stitched wedding dress with lace trim, a top hat and a bouquet of pressed fern, paper roses and silk flowers.
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Delamare Road, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, EN8 9HD, UK
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